Brant Hansen

Storyteller

Brant Hansen is CURE’s first-ever Storyteller. Brant partnered with CURE a number of times as a radio personality doing on-air campaigns to raise money and awareness for the organization before formally joining CURE in July 2014. A graduate of the University of Illinois School of Journalism, Brant has been on the radio for over twenty years, both as a talk show host and later as a host in the contemporary Christian sector.

In addition, Brant is a published author. His first book, “Unoffendable: How Just One Change Can Make All of Life Better,” was released by Thomas Nelson Publishers in April 2015.

Brant is a toast-obsessed nerd who, when in high school, was no less than PRESIDENT of the Illinois Student Librarians Association. He was also All-Conference in “Scholastic Bowl,” lettered in basketball and football (both for keeping statistics), and was President of his own Stamp Collection Club, which consisted of himself.

Brant is a husband and a dad, and he’s also an “Aspie” – diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome as an adult. And he’s happy about it. He has won multiple awards for his radio-hosting skills and is typing all of this himself and putting it in third-person in hopes that it seems more impressive that way.


Articles by Brant Hansen

News

This just might be the adventure of your life

Luyando
News

To the Other 999 of You

kids celebrating in the Philippines
News

Paper crosses for Saeed

Save Saeed
Patient Stories

If you were a daddy

News

Are you a hero?

Patient Stories

We GET to do this

Tigist